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The Productive Programmer by Neal Ford
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May 29, 2009

it was ok

I can agree with the core message of this book, which is you should always be looking for a better way to get your job done. That's a good message and this book has some decent examples of how to accomplish that.

However, it would concern me a little bit if a programmer finds that message to be groundbreaking. People use computers and write programs to simplify tasks and be more efficient, so if a programmer is not already of the mindset that things can and should constantly be improved and done more efficiently, then they're probably not a very good programmer.
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